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Author:  SteelKnife [ Sat Sep 30, 2017 10:22 pm ]
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Etling is playing his heart out this second half.

Etling can make all the throws. He tends to make good reads. I get the sense he's being limited the same way OBJ and Landry were limited at LSU but way better pros. Not that Etling will be as good as they are at their respective positions, but I think he could end up a decent backup somewhere.

Author:  SteelerChef [ Sat Sep 30, 2017 10:23 pm ]
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SteelKnife wrote:
Etling is playing his heart out this second half.

Etling can make all the throws and makes decent reads. I get the sense he's being limited the same way OBJ and Landry were limited at LSU but way better pros. Not that Etling will be as good as they are at their respective positions, but I think he could be a decent backup in the NFL.

Author:  SteelKnife [ Sat Sep 30, 2017 10:23 pm ]
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SteelerChef wrote:
SteelKnife wrote:
Etling is playing his heart out this second half.

Etling can make all the throws and makes decent reads. I get the sense he's being limited the same way OBJ and Landry were limited at LSU but way better pros. Not that Etling will be as good as they are at their respective positions, but I think he could be a decent backup in the NFL.


Not sure what he could have done there. Time running out and no timeouts, being pressured, had to just launch something. LSUs receivers are huge problem this year. Not one will play at the next level for any serious amount of time.

Author:  SteelKnife [ Sat Sep 30, 2017 10:28 pm ]
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I can handle bad seasons and shitty losses. What doesn't make sense to me is why LSU would give Orgeron a $12m buyout. Who else was trying to hire him? Would he have said no if we said "no buyout"?

Our AD is awful.

Author:  SteelerChef [ Sat Sep 30, 2017 11:08 pm ]
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I knew better than to use them in an insurance teaser...lol....one of the worst teams bet wise for a long time...

Cincy killed me too...so it doesnt much matter...lol

Cmon Ore...I can still even up before my nfl bets ....lol

Author:  SP [ Sun Oct 01, 2017 7:45 am ]
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Yo Knife,
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Miss me yet?

Author:  SteelerChef [ Sun Oct 01, 2017 10:12 am ]
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Lol....


Perfect example of .....things can always get worse

Author:  SteelKnife [ Sun Oct 01, 2017 12:20 pm ]
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SP wrote:
Yo Knife,
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Miss me yet?


Not at all, at least as a head coach. Love his personality though. Will always miss that part of him at LSU. I wish he could be a mascot.

Firing Les was the right decision. We were never going to compete for a title with Les at the helm.

Everything after that was the wrong decision, though, because we certainly won't contend with Fat Les aka Orgeron. No way Alleva should have led this coaching search. No way Alleva should still be there. A $12m buyout to a guy no one else was going to touch is borderline negligence.

Name one major sport coaching hire Alleva has ever made -- whether at Duke or LSU -- that has been successful. I'll wait.

Author:  SteelKnife [ Sat Oct 07, 2017 11:10 pm ]
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Greg Gilmore DT isn't the most athletic guy, but he's big (6'3 310), and he's high effort on every play. Could be a decent late round project.

Author:  SteelKnife [ Sat Oct 14, 2017 7:06 pm ]
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Chark - WR - 6'3 190. needs to bulk up a bit, but tall and fast. Average production, but I blame the LSU offense more than talent. Has some concentration lapses, but the physical tools are all there. I could see him going in the third if he runs as well as I expect at the combine.

Donte Jackson - CB - 5'10 (on a good day) - Great speed (one of fastest guys in CFB). Very raw at CB but has improved tremendously this year. Don't see him ever being an outside CB, or ever being able to compete physically with a bigger WR, but can probably stick as a nickel CB/return man.

None of the other LSU wrs are anything to write home about.

I still remain tremendously impressed with Greedy Williams. He'll be a mid first round pick in 2019 or 2020 if he keeps this up.

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